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Race in the Workplace: KU’s Workplace Culture Summit
Talking about Race at Work:
Recognizing How to Turn Your Allyship into Action in Everyday

Today more than ever, leaders and managers need to step up to challenging conversations about race in the workplace. This includes engaging with the current societal level reckoning—and addressing the everyday challenges Black employees must navigate in White-majority workplaces. Learn successful strategies for recognizing hidden biases and co-creating a more responsive, equitable work environment. This free event earns attendees 1 SHRM PDC.

Aug 11, 2020 11:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Angie Pastorek, PhD
Program Director @University of Kansas
Angie Pastorek, PhD, is Program Director & lead faculty member for the graduate programs in organizational communication at the KU School of Professional Studies. Dr. Pastorek teaches courses on diversity & communication in organizations, organizational change, communicating across generations in the workplace, communication ethics at work, and organizational socialization practices, to name just a few. Prior to joining KU, Angie spent over 10 years in a variety of corporate employee development and communication consulting roles for companies including Deloitte and Siemens Healthcare. Angie also facilitates on-site DEI workshops for a variety of organizations and professional associations across Kansas City, with a focus on recognizing how bias hides in our everyday communication, decision-making and workplace power dynamics. Angie can be reached at apastorek@ku.edu and via LinkedIn.